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In modern times Friedrich Nietzsche said that ‘Christianity is Platonism for the masses’ (introduction to Beyond Good and Evil, 1886). That Christianity might deserve such a label owes much to the influence of two Early Church theologians and their focus on the supreme good of Plato. Both were very influential on later Christianity — Origen in the Greek-speaking eastern Mediterranean, and Augustine of Hippo in the Latin-speaking west.
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